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Philip Glass
   composed   
Einstein on the Beach
(1976) Einstein on the Beach is the first of Glass' "portait" operas, and was a collaborative effort with director Robert Wilson.
Philip Glass
   composed   
The Photographer
(1982) Story based on the murder trial of Eadweard Muybridge.
Philip Glass
   composed   
Plutonian Ode
Symphony #6, for soprano and orchestra
Philip Glass
   composed   
Toltec
Symphony #7, for orchestra and chorus, 2005
Philip Glass
   composed   
Days and Nights of Rocinha
Dance for orchestra, 1997
Philip Glass
   composed   
The Passion of Ramakrishna
For chorus and orchestra, 2006
Philip Glass
   was born in   
The U.S.A.
B. 1937; minimalist composer
Philip Glass
   composed   
"A Clear Midnight"
Text by Walt Whitman
Philip Glass
   composed   
"Wind Song"
Text written by Carl Sandburg
Philip Glass
   wrote music for   
Kundun (1997)
Directed by Martin Scorsese
Philip Glass
   wrote music for   
The Truman Show (1998)
Philip Glass
   wrote music for   
Dracula (1999)
A new score for the 1931 movie
Philip Glass
   wrote music for   
The Hours (2002)
Philip Glass
   composed   
Tirol Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
2000
Philip Glass
   composed   
Concerto Fantasy for Two Timpanists and Orchestra
2000
Robert McDuffie
   recorded   
Violin Concertos of John Adams & Philip Glass
Houston Symphony; Telarc, 1999
Philip Glass
   recorded   
Songs From the Trilogy
Songs from Einstein On the Beach, Satyagraha, Akhnaten; CBS, 1989
Philip Glass
   composed   
Book of Longing
Song cycle, 2007
Philip Glass
   composed   
The American Four Seasons
Violin Concerto No. 2
Philip Glass
   composed the opera   
In the Penal Colony
Chamber opera based on the Kafka story of the same name
Philip Glass
   composed the opera   
The Sound of a Voice
2003 operatic adaptation of the David Henry Hwang play of the same name
Philip Glass
   composed   
Kepler
Opera, 2009
Philip Glass
   composed   
In the Penal Colony
For voices and string quintet, 2000; libretto after the short story by Franz Kafka
Philip Glass
   composed   
Book of Longing
For solo voices and chamber ensemble, 2007; texts by Leonard Cohen
Philip Glass
   composed   
The American Four Seasons
Violin Concerto #2, 2009
Philip Glass
   composed   
Concerto Grosso
2008
Robert McDuffie
   recorded   
Philip Glass: Violin Concerto No. 2
With the London Philharmonic, Marin Alsop; Orange Mountain Music, 2010






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